Civilian casualties Increase to 286 in Afghanistan in the first eleventh day of Ramadan
Kabul Afghanistan (PMG):
Reporter: Moner Mukhtar
From the Afghan government to international institutions, during the holy month of Ramadan, they called on the Taliban to cease fire and stop the bloodshed. But the Taliban reject this call, announcing a battle kite in Ramadan. The Justice and Peace Group have now published a newsletter that has stated during this month more than 100 civilians were killed in the first 11 days of the holy month of Ramadan. Aziz Ahmad Tasal, the head of this institution, has said: “Since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, civilian casualties have so far increased, while at least 11 days of Ramadan Month, at least 286 civilians have suffered casualties, in which 106 of them has been killed, and 180 others got wounded, during bloodshed and horrific events had increased.”
The civilian protection group’s newsletter also says that people were killed and wounded by road munitions, suicide bombers, and air bombers. Officials of the agency emphasize that the number of deaths in the provinces of Nangarhar, Ghazni and Maidan Wardak has been higher.